Florida Prepaid The University receives an electronic file from Florida Prepaid for all registered students. Florida Prepaid deferments are posted for all students registered prior to the fee payment deadline each term.
Deferments MUST be cancelled by the 5th day of class.
Students need to contact Student Financial Services, Third Party Billing (CASS Building Suite 103 or 850 412-5035) in the event that they wish for the Florida Prepaid deferment to be canceled.
Adding or Dropping Classes
Contact should be made with this office in the event courses are added and/or dropped during the first week of classes to ensure that the proper deferment is placed on the student’s account.
Deferments for students are processed per academic term. Florida Pre-Paid deferments that do not cover the balance of tuition and fees due will need to pay or have sufficient financial aid to cover the balance due by the fee payment deadline. An invoice will be sent to Florida Prepaid 30 days after the beginning of the term. In the event that the Florida Pre-Paid does not pay for the invoiced amount, the student will be placed on cashiering hold for the unpaid balance/reimbursement of refunds received. The student may also incur the addition of the $100.00 late payment fee. In addition, the student will not be able to receive a transcript, register for future terms and/or receive a diploma until the outstanding balance is paid in full.
Florida Pre-Paid Tuition Plan
Florida Pre-Paid Tuition Plan only covers the cost associated with University coursework (matriculation, capital improvement, building, and financial aid fee.) The total cost per credit hour at Florida A&M University includes athletic and student activity fees which are not covered under the Florida Pre-Paid Tuition Only plan. It is the student’s responsibility to monitor Florida Pre-Paid hours by verifying availability of hours each term with the Florida Pre-Paid Program (www.florida529plans.com or 1-800-552-GRAD(4723).
Florida Pre-Paid Tuition plus Local Plan
Florida Pre-Paid Tuition plus Local Plan covers the total University cost of tuition plus the mandatory fees to include the health fee if the student is registered for 6 or more credit hours. It is the student’s responsibility to monitor Florida Pre-Paid hours by verifying availability of hours each term with the Florida Pre-Paid Program (www.florida529plans.com or 1-800-552-GRAD(4723).
Florida Pre-Paid Dorm Plan
Florida Pre-Paid Dorm Plan covers dorm cost at a rate to be approved by Florida Pre-Paid College Board. This rate may not be equivalent to the actual dormitory cost on campus. Dorm Plans may not be used in the Summer term. It is the student’s responsibility to monitor the dorm semester usage by verifying availability term with the Florida Pre-Paid Program (www.florida529plans.com or 1-800-552-GRAD(4723).
Questions concerning the Florida Pre-Paid Program can be directed to:
Danyell Conner 412-5035